Which is your favorite movie Dracula??

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Lonious
I will have to go with Bela Lugosi's version - the forefather of all movie vampires. But Oldman's (with the hairstyle) I believe looks creepier.

However, there are other ones - notably Christopher Lee (Horror of Dracula), Oldman (Bram Stoker's Dracula), Langella (Dracula), etc.

So...who is your favorite and why?

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riv6672
Lugosi for nostalgia.

Oldman for panache. Plus, he really got me to root for him getting Mina. The heroes were just spiteful dill weeds. She wanted to be with him and they didnt respect her wishes.

Mindship
Lugosi

Does it have to be 'Dracula', per se? If not: Schreck.

socool8520
Probably Oldman's Dracula. I remember getting a good sense of his inner turmoil but at the same time you could see his deviousness and deception. It has been a long time since I've seen it though.

The_Tempest
Oldman's Dracula is the creepiest thanks to great direction, operatic cinematography, and compelling effects.

The best performance? Louis Jourdan, from an obscure made-for-TV BBC movie called Count Dracula. It's available on youtube and is often cited as the most accurate adaptation of the book.

Jourdan's awesome because he's neither savage like Lee or Palance nor is he a sympathetic anti-hero like Langella or Oldman. He's cold, calculating, sly, and arrogant. Great understated menace there.

relentless1
Gary Oldman by a country mile, that movie was awesome...except for Ryder and Reeves acting of course.... but Oldmans acting basically overrides all the negative; love the added love story too, one of the only times a added love story actually made a movie better IMO...

HulkIsHulk
Shouldn't this be in the discussion page and not in the respect sub section?

NewGuy01
I wish I could say Dracula Untold's Dracula, because his design was based on one of my favorite Dracula stories, but the movie wasn't up to par.

Have to go with the original and best; Lugosi. thumb up

BlackJackal
I told I guess

Omac9
Dracula Gottfried
https://bmj2k.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/dracula-gottfried.jpg

dynamix
Dominic Purcell haha, nah jk. Yeah i'd say Oldman also.

Jonathan E.
Oldman

John Murdoch
Originally posted by relentless1
Gary Oldman by a country mile, that movie was awesome...except for Ryder and Reeves acting of course.... but Oldmans acting basically overrides all the negative; love the added love story too, one of the only times a added love story actually made a movie better IMO...

Ditto to everything here.

omgchos
Just by sheer numbers Christopher lee wins.

Steve Zodiac
Gary Oldman

socool8520
Leslie Neilson in Dracula Dead and Loving it.

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